Styles: Progressive Bluegrass, Traditional Bluegrass, Contemporary Country, Contemporary Bluegrass
Number Of Tracks: 14
A mostly solid contemporary-bluegrass album, except when the contemporary drowns out the bluegrass.
So Long, So Wrong
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Sound: In So Long, So Wrong, the voice of Alison Krauss is so incredibly pure, and the music so deftly and beautifully played, that you won't find anything like it. Dan Tyminsky is fantastic, Ron Block banjoing is superb, and Krauss' fiddling wonderful. // 10
Lyrics and Singing: The lyrics themselves are so traditional to the bluegrass genre, yet so inventive and beautiful, they could only be sung by one woman, and she has applied herself to each and every song with a depth of heart that is incredibly hard to come by. // 10
Impression: A beautiful, meticulously crafted, heartfelt and hugely enjoyable entry from AKUS, this album is only surpassed by their breakthrough album, New Favourite. // 10